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Against Green Nationalism
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Exiting the Vampire Castle
Birth of Thanaticism
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Towards an Art History for Videogames
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Shattered Matter, Transformed Forms: Notes on Nuclear Aesthetics, Part 1 - Journal #94 October 2018 - e-flux
Exploring the Future Beyond Cyberpunk’s Neon and Noir
Eugene Thacker – Weird, Eerie, and Monstrous: A Review of “The Weird and the Eerie” by Mark Fisher
The eeriness of the English countryside
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Free Speech and the Paradox of Tolerance – Julia Serano – Medium
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Samuel R. Delany -- The Semiology of Silence
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Umberto Eco and his legacy in open-world games
Brazil is Engulfed by Ruling Class Corruption — and a Dangerous Subversion of Democracy
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The Coming War on General Computation | Joshua Wise's domain
Abandon the Future | Jacobin
Know Your Filesystem (and how it affects you) | www.furtherfield.org
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